- 12 lions walked through Gujarat village on Tuesday night
- Left the village without causing any damage
- Forest officials believe they were in search of cattle
Security cameras placed near local shops caught the pride striding through.
Forest officials said the lions in the Rampara village in the Amreli district, 15 kms from the west zone of the wildlife park, were likely in search of cattle as prey. But the lions left without causing any damage.
Asiatic lions -- different from African lions, with a characteristic skin fold on their bellies and thinner manes on the males -- once roamed most of Asia. Click for more trending news
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